A sewing machine is referred to as a device that stitches up materials and fabrics together by use of a thread. The first sewing machine invented by Thomas Saintin the year 1790 was used to sew leather and canvas. As we all know most of the machines we use evolved from ones with minor designs to highly reliable and efficient machines. Some of the main brands in the market are singer sewing machines, brother sewing machines and Kenmore sewing, although they are getting stiff competition from new and upcoming brands like Husquvarna and Bernina sewing machine brands.
Sewing machines are categorized into two groups’ i.e. industrial sewing machines and home sewing machines. Industrial sewing machines are more superior to the home ones due to the following factors: large in design, fast, varied in their sizes, costly and the amount of work load they handle. Home based sewing machines are built focused on a single operation use and are cheaper as compared to the industrial ones. The other classification is their mode of operation; whether they are manual or electric run. You will find that the electric ones are more efficient than the manual ones but a bit expensive in monetary value.
One of the best brands in the market is the singer sewing machine which has been here for more than a century. Produced by singer corporation currently based in La Vergne in Tennessee, was created by partners engineer Isaac M. Singer and a lawyer Edward Clark in the year 1851. The company went up to creating the most sought after and bought sewing machines of all time. Being the first company to invent the first electric run sewing, Singer Corporation grew more popular to the point of diversifying to other products like gun making in World War 2 and real estate business.
Some of the of the bestselling domestic brands are singer model 12k, singermodel66, singer model 99, singer featherweight model 222k.they were designed from 1878 to 1954.singer sewing machines are Some easiest machines with easy to use manuals which come with after sale service. They come in both manual and automatic needle fed brands. Some of the domestic sewing machines are the treadle types which are cost effective due their ability of not using electricity. Their maintenance is limited as they don’t come with any electrical components. The main con with it is that it is more expensive than the electric run vintage sewing machine.